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Curtis Named Auction Manager At South Seattle Auto Auction

January 29, 2004

Manheim has announced that Rich Curtis has been promoted to auction manager of South Seattle Auto Auction. He formerly served as assistant general manager of the facility.

Curtis joined South Seattle Auto Auction in October 1995 as a dealer sales representative, bringing with him three years of auction experience in fleet/lease and dealer sales. In 1998, Curtis was named auction sales manager, and in 2000 was promoted to assistant general manager of South Seattle.

At the corporate level, Jeff Corigliano, former general manager of South Seattle Auto Auction, and Gary "Cotton" Edwards, who worked on a special projects team, have joined a business development team led by David Nutter, vice president of reconditioning operations and value-added services. In their new positions as general manager, business development, Corigliano will handle the Western half of the United States and Edwards, the Eastern side, as they focus on new programs to enhance Manheim's ability to serve customers' remarketing needs.

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